Gina Gwozdz realized just how valuable blogging can be when, as a sole practitioner vying for clients with three other CPA firms in the small town of Bullard, Texas, she started looking to expand her reach beyond writing articles and columns in her local newspaper.Research led her to find a blogging community within the accounting and tax profession, and there she discovered that she could jumpstart her new practice by taking the plunge. She decided to go online and start Gina's Tax Articles at

"I just wanted to get my name known," said Gwozdz, who started her CPA practice in January. "Not only has it been a client source, but to be honest, it forces me to read other people's blogs. They're keeping me up on my industry."

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